A Chinese company has been warning recently of some of it’s natively made remote-controlled video cameras which turned out to have major flaws. A security firm has confirmed that these flaws can, in fact, help cyber criminals to take advantage of the cameras and use them in cyber espionage.
The written notice on the loophole in security was sent by Foscam USA which is a subsidiary of Foscam Intelligent Technology Co.Ltd which has been selling these internet linked cameras. About 12 models that were made by Chinese in Shenzhen Foscam are now at a serious risk of having major security flaws.
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